Q. What are the definitions of the Primo licensing terms?
Answered By: Doug McDonnell Last Updated: Apr 05, 2019 Views: 24
Course Pack Print: Instructor is allowed to use material from the resource in a course pack.
Course Reserve Electronic Copy: Material from the resource can be put on electronic reserve eg: D2L or Ares.
Course Reserve Print: Copies of material from the resource can be put on reserve at a U of C Library.
Digitally copy: University of Calgary users can download a copy of the material for their own personal use. There is no distribution right here.
Electronic Link: Anyone from the University community can provide a link to material in the journal.
Interlibrary loan print or fax: Our interlibrary loan staff can provide a copy to another library via Canada Post or via fax.
Interlibrary loan secure electronic transmission: Our interlibrary loan staff can provide a copy to another library digitally.
Print copy: University of Calgary users can print a copy of the material for their own personal use. There is no distribution right here.
Remote Access: University of Calgary students, faculty and staff including University of Calgary distance students can access this journal from off campus.
Scholarly Sharing: Members of the University community can share up to three articles with a colleague from another institution that doesn’t have access to the journal. Excessive sharing could violate our licence terms.
Walk in User: Walk in users to the Library not affiliated with the University can use the resource.